Rasor Elementary School
Assistant Principal: Fannysteen Mays
School Hours: 7:40 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
School Colors: Red, White and Blue
Mascot: Rockie the Rocket
Motto: Rasor rockets reach for the stars.
Year Opened: 1992
Leigh Ann Earnhart
Phone: (469) 752-2900
Fax: (469) 752-2901
945 Hedgcoxe Road
Plano, TX 75025
English as a Second Language (ESL); Plano Academic Creative Education (PACE) for identified gifted and talented students; Title I; Safety Patrol; Literacy program; AVID; Student Council; Collin County Adventure Camp (fifth-grade); Robotics Club; Good Morning Rasor Assemblies; Computers@Home; Rasor Basketball Skills Clinic with Coach Mann; Sports Club; Art Club; Good News Club; and Watch D.O.G.S.
Parent Involvement Opportunities
PTA; Grade level volunteers and room moms; library volunteers; tutoring and mentoring; PE family nights; Key Communicators; Literacy Night; STEAM Night; Collin County Adventure Camp (fifth-grade) Chaperones; Reflections; International Fair; Rasor Carnival; Book Fairs; Color Run; Parent Education Classes; Donuts with Dads; Muffins with Mom; Lunch with a Loved One; Good Morning Rasor Recognition Assemblies; and Science Fair Judges.
Credit Union of Texas and Tom Thumb.
History of Rasor
Rasor Elementary School was named to honor one of Plano's earliest and most successful settlers, John Henry Rasor. John Henry Rasor came to Plano, Texas, from Kentucky in 1880. He and his ten sons quickly began buying farms in the area and very soon, they ran a highly organized operation which included hundreds of acres of farmland, big barns, granaries, hog houses, giant silos, feed lots and blacksmith shops.
Rasor was constructed in 1991-92 at a cost of $4.1 million.